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The Master Planner will be responsible for the forecasting activities and inventory operational plan. Main goal is to define correct inventory and capacity levels in the long-term period, to ensure Supply Chain has resources available to execute projects, NPIs, and to meet the aftermarket business needs. At the same time, the master planner must ensure the inventory meets the financial, turns and E&O business targets.
The master planner will periodically review and align the forecast with Sales team and Product line leaders, and be the liaison between ITO team and supply chain team at the execution level.
In the role of Master Planner, you will:Be responsible for the Forecasting process through the functions to ensure correct material and capacity
Lead forecast meetings with ITO and OTR teams to ensure total alignment across multiple functions
Lead actions to improve forecasting process and ensure its high accuracy
Build and maintain the production plan / master schedule and ensure a consistent handoff of planning information to the projects planning team
Liaise with all departments Sales, PM’s, Engineers, Buyers, Planners and Production to ensure material and capacity to support the production plan / master schedule plans
Monitor performance on backlog execution, check attachment to the production plan / master schedule and report results to the leadership
Interface with CSR and Sales to identify customer needs, competitor’s strengths and implement changes to ensure competitiveness
Support supply chain on driving budget and P&E investment based on resources needed to execute the production plan / master schedule
Carry out slotting activities for new units in the ITO phase, especially for Short Cycle requests
Share slot plan with ITO teams thru regular meetings. Discuss actions to level production
Identify bottlenecks and manage production plan / master schedule according to demands and Supply Chain
Defining inventory Operational Plan with local finance team and Global Inventory Leaders
Support weekly inventory review and quarter ending estimations balance. Understand drivers and areas for improvement, to ensure attachment to operational plan
Achieve inventory financial and inventory turn plans
Coordinate cross-functional Inventory reduction initiatives and continue to drive year-over-year turn-over improvements
Approve safety stock requests and strategic materials plans
Support quarter closing efforts by providing metrics and analyzing opportunities for improvement
Identify buy items that need to be forecasted and share it with strategic suppliers and sourcing team
Input correct materials forecast in ERP (including safety stocks, minimum quantities and lot size), ensure the correct planning parameters in material master, track purchasing process and inventory level. Ensure actuals are aligned to OP
Monitor SMI/E&O during the quarter and take actions to reduce it
Validate SMI list with finance team in the end of each quarter
Identify correct destination for each item reserved in E&O list and solve the list in current the quarter (scrap, discount, keep in stock, send back to supplier, etc)
Support discounts, marketing and promotion initiatives with Sales team, especially on SMI and Excess inventory
Have a trained eye for quickly identifying and resolving process waste and variation
Pursue data clean up and build process to maintain data cleaning in SAP
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
Minimum 3 years of experience in a materials position
Experience on ERP system
Advanced skills in Excel and Macros
Previous experience in a master planning, forecast or S&OP position
Experience in SAP
Knowledge of control systems equipment
Six Sigma Trained or Equivalent Quality training; Green Belt certified (GE employees only)
Ability to work well in a team environment and to perform under pressure/against tight deadlines
Strong Analytical & problem-solving skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks at a time in order to meet delivery deadlines
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Strong organizational skills
Demonstrated self-starter and highly motivated
Locations: United States; Colorado; Longmont